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LAND O' LAKES -- A teacher accused of retaliating against students who wrote derogatory remarks about her on Facebook has lost her job because of her actions.
The Pasco County School Board voted Tuesday evening to uphold Superintendent Heather Fiorentino's recommendation to fire Angelica Cruikshank, a Spanish teacher at Land O' Lakes High.
Cruikshank reportedly tried to punish the students by barring them from a field trip, and asked other students to help compile a list of their classmates who made the critical remarks about her. The teacher denied those allegations.
Other board members said the teacher's testimony didn't mesh with events, while the testimony of students, school staff, parents and administrators were consistent.
Cruikshank acknowledged that, after a student complained about bullying, she had been investigating the possibility of derogatory comments about staff and students on a Facebook page that freshman International Baccalaureate students created.
That student also marked a list of students to indicate who had access to the page, she said.
At the July hearing, several students testified that Cruikshank announced to their International Baccalaureate Spanish classes that those who wrote comments about her on Facebook wouldn't receive permission slips for a field trip to the Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg.
But Cruikshank said she never said anything that would lead the students to believe they were being punished because of negative remarks about her.
The student who created the Facebook page said the page was used so students could share information about homework assignments and other class information.
One student testified that Cruikshank told her to log into Facebook on Cruikshank's cell phone so Cruikshank could get access to the IB students' page. The student said she told her mother when she arrived home that day. She said her mother told her to change her Facebook password and contacted the school to complain...
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